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To drive strategic growth in the Excess & Surplus (E&S) Casualty market, Adam Pancoast has been named to lead the E&S Primary Casualty business of Ironshore, a Liberty Mutual company.
Liberty Mutual Insurance, the nation’s sixth-largest provider of personal lines property and casualty insurance, has launched Comparion Insurance Agency.
Liberty Mutual Insurance President Tim Sweeney participated in this year’s World Investment Forum hosted by the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development.
Neal Bhatnagar has been appointed Liberty Mutual Insurance Executive Vice President, Major Accounts Casualty, Global Risk Solutions (GRS), effective Nov. 8, 2021.
Over the past quarter, Liberty Mutual Insurance has been recognized by multiple organizations and publications for its continued commitment to employees, corporate citizenship and business operations. The awards highlight Liberty Mutual’s continued efforts to support their employees, customers and communities at large. 
London Market insurers with exposure to US Property & Casualty and Specialty lines can now access the award-winning claims and legal management services of Helmsman Management Services (Helmsman), a third-party administrator (TPA) wholly-owned by Liberty Mutual Insurance, which has recently been given Delegated Claims Administrator status by Lloyd’s of London.
Liberty Global Transaction Solutions (GTS), part of Liberty Mutual Insurance, published its 2021 M&A claims briefing today. This is the second annual briefing based on the company’s analysis of Liberty GTS’s own M&A insurance claims for the past decade.
Liberty Mutual Insurance announced today its commitment to a 50% reduction of Scope 1 and 2 global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from 2019 levels by 2030, taking another step in its long-term strategy toward a low-carbon future. To reach these goals, Liberty Mutual will continue to decrease its operational carbon footprint by taking actions to increase operational efficiencies and identifying renewable energy opportunities across its real estate portfolio.
To help customers promptly and safely recover from the devastating damage of Hurricane Ida, Liberty Mutual and Safeco Insurance are actively mobilizing their deep field and telephonic claims resources to promptly assist home, auto and business customers that were impacted.
Liberty Mutual Holding Company Inc. and its subsidiaries (collectively “LMHC” or the “Company”) reported net income attributable to LMHC of $769 million and $1.625 billion for the three and six months ended June 30, 2021, versus net loss attributable to LMHC of $320 million and net income attributable to LMHC of $199 million for the same periods in 2020.